Testimonials

Dystopia Rising Website
Dystopia Rising: Oregon | Built and Manage, WordPress, Responsive | dystopiarisingoregon.com

“Joshann built the website for my business. Through the entire process I found her to be knowledgeable, professional, and passionate. She strives to make sure everything meets my standards, and is always going out of her way to offer new ideas. Her desire to stay on the cutting edge of internet technologies has helped keep my page fresh and extremely user friendly.” – Autumn Wright


Joshann layout Wedding Invitation Pen and Ink 1
Wedding Invitation Pen and Ink Ouside

“Joshann did all the invitations, reminder cards, and thank you card artwork for my wedding. It was awesome, well-done, and most of all saved a lot of stress for me. Furthermore, it was special because she designed and drew something that matched our theme. Thank you so much!” –┬áKristel Joslin


Dustbunny
Dustbunny, Photoshop

“Joshann draw good. We like Joshann. Joshann hard worker. Pls hire.” – Jack Stratis


Bella’s Search | Built and Manage, WordPress, Responsive | bellassearch.com

“Miss Joshann Schoen-Clark was instrumental in transferring my blog from blogger to its own website on wordpress. There is no way I would have been able to do this on my own. She was very patient during the whole process and taught me how to maintain the website on my own with a little bit of guidance. Even now when I have any questions she always responds and fixes the issue within 24 hours. She helped me out of the goodness of her heart. I am very happy with my website. Everything runs smoothly, the design is simple and elegant, and it is easy to navigate. She ensured she made the website mobile friendly which, in this day and age, is very important. She also taught me a great deal of new things to make my blog better. With all of this additional information about how my website will appear in google searches and how important meta data is on photographs I am confident that my website is better than ever. Thank you Joshann, without you none of this would have been possible.” – Isabelle Lys Houser